Tag Archive: Osteogenesis Imperfecta

Season 3

By: Connor Lenahan This is spooky, because I vividly remember writing the first article for Unbreakable back in 2013. I remember writing the first article of the Unbreakable streak back in 2014. And… Continue reading

Advanced Stupid

  By: Connor Lenahan By now it should be fairly apparent that I am kind of an idiot. I’m not saying I’m completely beyond saving – at least I hope so – but… Continue reading


By: Connor Lenahan Last summer I got a message from Brittney Badduke with a proposition for a project. She wanted to enter, along with her friends Christina Beiene and Kaley Roberts, the NESN… Continue reading

Power Up

By: Connor Lenahan In March of this year I wrote about the drug treatment I get for my bone condition, Osteogenesis Imperfecta. I got to talk about how this treatment of Zometa has… Continue reading

Let’s Beat Cancer

By: Connor Lenahan It’s the word we all never want to hear. “Cancer.” Not a single person on the planet looks forward to hearing those six letters spill out of the mouth of… Continue reading

My School

  By: Connor Lenahan There’s no way for me to rationally talk about Boston University. I’ve been trying for a while now to try and collect my thoughts in an organized manner. Something… Continue reading


By: Connor Lenahan I got an email earlier today from one of my doctors who has been looking after my Osteogenesis Imperfecta for a while now. Inside said email was some of the… Continue reading

I Am Iron Man

By: Connor Lenahan As many of you know, last spring I broke my left tibia and fibula with just over a week of high school left. I’ve written at length about the break… Continue reading

I Hate Snow

By: Connor Lenahan When it became a reality that I would be moving five hours north of my parents to Boston, they understandably were worried. I have Osteogenesis Imperfecta after all. I’m fragile… Continue reading

The Best News I’ve Gotten In A Long, Long Time

By: Connor Lenahan Tonight, after 74 days spent in my leg cast, I can thankfully report that I have received the all clear from my doctors to have my cast removed. I’m not… Continue reading